Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Tight binding with clean text. Fine. Cover is worn along edges. Page edges are yellowed. DIFFERENT ILLUSTRATION ON COVER: ENGRAVING BY IAN HUGO. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 101 p. Audience: General/trade. "Under a Glass Bell" is one of Nin's finest collections of stories. First published in 1944, it attracted the attention of Edmond Wilson, who reviewed the collection in "The New Yorker." It was in these stories that Nin's artistic and emotional vision took shape. This edition includes a highly informative and insightful foreword by Gunther Stuhlmann that places the collection in its historical context as well as illuminates the sequence of events and persons recorded in the diary that served as its inspiration
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